It looks like Undertaker might be satisfied enough with his critically acclaimed "Boneyard Match," which stood out from the pack in terms of all the matches that took place on both nights of this year's two-night WrestleMania 36 pay-per-views, to finally hang up the long black trench coat and finally retire from WWE.
On the latest Wrestling Observer Radio at F4WOnline.com, the WrestleMania 36 "Boneyard Match" was discussed suggesting matches like these are a way to extend the longevity of the Undertaker’s career.
It was noted that after his last couple of matches in the ring that were pretty bad, the Undertaker was said to be extremely disappointed and was looking to redeem himself.
He even told some people that he wanted to retire on a good note, so there continues to be speculation that he could very well end up retiring after this successful match.
We will keep you posted right here at eWrestling.com as additional details regarding The Undertaker's WWE retirement status surfaces!
Kurt Angle told me Undertaker was talking to him recently, disappointed in his Goldberg match and wanting to redeem himself.
Angle: "The first thing I said to him was, 'What about [wrestling] AJ [Styles]?’ … It'll be the best match you've had in years.’" #WrestleMania
— Marc Raimondi (@marc_raimondi) April 5, 2020
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